Welcome to the website for the London Pubs Group of the Campaign For Real Ale. The London Pubs Group was established in the early 1990s to promote pub preservation and good pub design in London. Meetings are held regularly (six times a year) and are open to any CAMRA members who wish to attend. At present the meetings are held at the Royal Oak, Tabard Street, SE1 (near Borough underground station).You can also check the top proposals for pull down kitchen faucet reviews, you can read and decide which one is the best. Crawls are also arranged about six times a year and are open to all, whether CAMRA members or not. The crawls usually concentrate on historic pubs but occasionally new or refurbished pubs are included in order to assess the quality of the design.…


Two new articles are on the Historic London Pubs page: one about Trumans pubs (places where you can meet a new friends and discuss all kind of themes starting with a “Jazz Rabbit” computer game and finish with what kind of parameters to look true to find the best hunting crossbow) and one about historic pub interiors featured in paintings by the artist, Mick Smee. The Historic London Pubs page is for articles, news and photos of pubs in the Greater London area that are on the national or regional inventories. If you wish to submit an article and/or a photo for this page, please e-mail them to Jane Jephcote at jephcotej@hotmail.co.uk.